Monthly Archives: January 2013

Inaugural Numbers

My faithful readers know I love numbers. So, as we here in DC gear up for an exciting Inaugurial weekend, I thought it would be a good time to look at some important numbers today and how they looked on … Continue reading

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Partisan Idiot

In the wake of the tragedy in Newtown, CT, I wrote two blog entries that posited that there was a unique opportunity for a true bipartisan effort on gun control. I implored liberals not to jump to their usual tropes … Continue reading

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Cutting in Line and Its Impact on Global Happiness

I was driving my daughter to school yesterday, running a few minutes behind as usual, when we got to the “choke point” where 2 lanes of Route 28 converge to one lane. The left lane, which is the one that … Continue reading

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Did We Avoid a Cliff?

The agreement between Obama and the Senate still has to make it through the House, which is far from certain. But, as it doing so, now is a good time to ask whether it’s a good deal or not. There’s … Continue reading

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